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From sanjaya gayan <sanjaya...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: axis 1.5 build failed in FC 3
Date Wed, 04 May 2005 06:49:18 GMT


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we should put a link in the web site such as "want to help?" pointing to a wiki page perhaps
which has tasks that we would like to maintain but don't have time/skills. I am sure there
will be people volunteering. I can think of a few items. maintaining vc projects, may be reviving
the expat parser module, documentation etc.
 
what do you think?
 
sanjaya.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From:   Samisa   Abeysinghe 
  To: Apache AXIS C User List 
  Cc: axis-c-dev@ws.apache.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 8:15   AM
  Subject: RE: axis 1.5 build failed in FC   3
  

    
Hi   Ken,
  
              You could be on axis-c-dev@ws.apache.org   list.
  
 
  
              Some comments on make build system:
  
1.         One of   the challenges in the past was that it is hard to maintain Makefile.am
files   given that there is a very high likelihood of files being removed/added. The   ant
system is better off because it can pick files with *.cpp wildcard. Is   there any chance
that we could get the Makefile.am to be auto generated based   on the *.cpp files available
in a given folder? (Would it be a good idea to   have a shell script to auto generate the
Makefile.am   files?)
  
2.         We have   faced the automake system challenges in the past in that the older versions
  and newer versions not behaving consistently. On different Linux flavors with   different
automake versions did not work properly
  
3.         We have   Makefile.am files in many folders. Only things is that they have not
being   updated for new additions and removals of files. May be you could reuse   those.
  
 
  
Thanks,
  
Samisa¬Ö   
  
 
  
-----Original   Message-----
From: Kenneth F.   Krutsch [mailto:ken@krutsch.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, May   03, 2005   10:20   PM
To: Apache AXIS C User List
Subject: Re: axis 1.5 build failed in FC   3
  
 
  
John &   Tony:

OK, cool.  Not having been a contributor to any Apache   project before, is there a link that
can get me started?

Also, should I   be on a different mail list, or is the axis-c-user list just   fine?

Thanks, Ken

John Hawkins wrote:   
  

I too meant the Axis specific   information :-) 





                        
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How   about 
  
GNU Autoconf,   Automake and Libtool 
Vaughan,   Elliston, Tromey and Taylor 
New   Riders, 2000 
ISBN:   1-57870-190-2 
  
But I   think Ken meant axis-specific documentation. 
    
Automake support is   essential as far as we are concerned, and I'm very grateful to Ken for
  offering to supply this. 
  
Tony   Dodd 
Xaira project at   Oxford University Research Technologies 
    
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From: John   Hawkins [mailto:HAWKINSJ@uk.ibm.com]   
Sent:   03 May   2005 09:54
To: Apache   AXIS C User List
Subject: Re:   axis 1.5 build failed in FC 3


Hi   Ken, 

Well, if you're willing   to maintain it then that's great :-) As you've probably seen- the
only reason   we don't want to maintain it is that we don't have the   time/skills. 

As for documentation -   hmm ! Not sure there is much for the GNU system (another one of our
reasons   for not using it !) I thought there was some on the web pages but couldn't   find
it just now ! 

Anyone else seen any docs   for the GNU make system? 


thanks for   your help Ken :-) 




                        
"Kenneth         F. Krutsch" <ken@krutsch.com>         
        
29/04/2005 15:34         
                                                      
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Hi,

Would you folks like assistance   building / maintaining a GNU automake system for this? 
I have a little   experience with this.  I know the team really likes Ant, but the reality
  is that this is a C++ project and I think developers will be expecting a GNU   automake
-style of build.

If the Axis team *is* interested in this,   then can someone send me any documentation you
have on the build requirements?    If not, then sorry for the   interruption...

Ken

Adrian Dick wrote: 
Hi,

You   don't mention exactly which version of ANT, etc.  you are   using.
We are using a couple of   features that are only present in later versions.
The versions I use, and are also used for the nightly build   are:
Java -   v1.4.1
ANT -   v.1.6.1
ant-contrib -   v0.6
cpptasks -   v1.0beta3

These versions   _should_ be mentioned in the documentation.  Alas, taking   a
quick look now, I find the   levels for ant-contrib and cpptasks are not
explicitly mentioned.  However, running the command   "ant -projecthelp" on
build.xml or   package.xml provides some basic setup documentation,   which
does now include the above   information.

Could you check   which versions you are using, and upgrade if   required.

Thanks,
Adrian
_______________________________________
Adrian Dick (adrian.dick@uk.ibm.com)


"Samisa Abeysinghe" <SAbeysinghe@virtusa.com> wrote on   29/04/2005   05:09:04:

 
I cannot exactly understand what is going wrong with ant   based   pacaking.

Adrian, could you please   help ass you are the expert in this space.


Thanks,
Samisa...

-----Original Message-----
From: So Hok Chun, Bill [mailto:bill@beansbox.com]
Sent: Friday, April 29,   2005 12:10 AM
To: axis-c-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: axis 1.5 build failed in FC   3

Dear Samisa and other   folks,

Thanks for your   suggestion.  This is really a problem of header   files.

I've solved that   problem finally.  Now, running "ant" has no   problem.

But when I run "ant   -f package.xml", and returns error saying that the
"symlink" type is missing.  I am using Ant from   www.jpackage.org.
Would that causes the problem?

I don't know whether that's an extra module in Ant or it's   included in
the Ant core. (I am   no-voice user to ant. Please find the error in the
end of this email)

Did you have similar error?

I tried sh -x ant -f package.xml and look at the classpath.    Here it is:

++ exec   /usr/lib/jvm/java/bin/java -
classpath   /usr/share/java/ant.jar:/usr/share/java/ant-
launcher.jar:/usr/share/java/ant-
contrib.jar:/usr/share/java/cpptasks.jar:/usr/share/java/jaxp_parser_imp
l.jar:/usr/share/java/xml-commons-apis.jar:/usr/lib/jvm/java/lib/tools.j
ar -Dant.home=/usr/share/ant   -Dant.library.dir=/usr/share/ant/lib
org.apache.tools.ant.launch.Launcher -lib '' -f   package.xml


     
symlink error   >>>>>>>>>>>
                                                   
copyAndLinkLinuxLibraries:

BUILD FAILED
/home/bill/Desktop/soap/axis-c-1.5.0-linux-src/package.xml:268:   The
following error occurred while   executing this line:
/home/bill/Desktop/soap/axis-c-1.5.0-linux-src/package.xml:247:   The
following error occurred while   executing this line:
/home/bill/Desktop/soap/axis-c-1.5.0-linux-src/package.xml:226:   The
following error occurred while   executing this line:
/home/bill/Desktop/soap/axis-c-1.5.0-linux-src/package.xml:182:   The
following error occurred while   executing this line:
/home/bill/Desktop/soap/axis-c-1.5.0-linux-src/package.xml:146:   Could
not create task or type of   type: symlink.


Thanks so   much for your help.

Bill

     

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